Fees & Billing​

Information regarding consultation and surgery costs​

Cost of an Appointment

Please contact our administration staff on (02) 9099 4400 for discussion of consultation fees.

Minor procedures can be done in the rooms during consultation, however this will incur an additional charge. All fees are claimable form Medicare with the presentation of an appropriate and current referral from your GP or specialist.

Payment is kindly requested at the time of your appointment. Medicare submissions for consultations are done electronically by our administration staff, with the rebate returned to you within 48 hours in most circumstances. Please ensure Medicare have your current bank details for the funds to be correctly transferred.

If you are on an overseas working/study visa and/or under interim/reciprocal Medicare we will be requesting full payment on the day. You can then claim from your insurance provider.

Payment Methods

Consultations – cash, cheque, or EFTPOS (Visa and MasterCard only). 

Procedures – cash, cheque, EFTPOS (Visa and MasterCard only), or direct bank transfer.  Your invoice will be sent to you after your procedure.

Our staff will be happy to assist you with any queries regarding payments. 

Cost of Surgery

If you require a procedure, an estimate of surgical fees is provided PRIOR to surgery.  This estimate is to be read and signed by the patient, and our staff will be happy to assist you with any queries.

Estimates of surgical fees are based off various factors such as whether the patient has Medicare benefits, private health insurance, and the patient’s individual situation.  Your private health fund and/or Medicare may cover all or some of the cost of surgery, depending on your level of cover with your health fund.  

There may be an additional cost to be paid by you (commonly known as the GAP payment) for the surgical services provided, and we advise that you contact your health fund to confirm what you are covered for. This is to ensure you are aware of any additional financial expense you may incur before proceeding.

It is possible to select private colorectal surgical services as a non-insured patient, but this will be entirely at your own expense. Medicare will cover some of the doctor’s fees, and this will be outlined on your estimate of surgical fees.

Appointments & Enquries

Our goal at Sydney Colorectal Associates is to deliver prompt access to appointments, diagnostic services and procedures that are tailored to your requirements.